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ST. Alex Smith Chiefs Jersey . PAUL, Minn. -- Ryan OReilly made sure the Colorado Avalanche kept up their strong play. OReilly scored twice, including the game-winner with 7:16 to play, and the Avalanche beat the Minnesota Wild 4-2 Saturday night. Gabriel Landeskog and Maxime Talbot also scored for Colorado, winners in five of seven. OReilly had his first two-goal game of the season. "Its a big win for us. This is not an easy barn to play in. They play a consistent game and do a great job. Theyre very detailed and they make you play tough," OReilly said. Colorado finished a season-high seven-game homestand Friday with a 4-1-2 record to strengthen its hold on third place in the Central Division behind St. Louis and Chicago. "Tonight meant a lot of confidence for us and two points are big when were going to an even tougher barn in Chicago (on Tuesday)," OReilly added. Charlie Coyle had his first career two-goal game for Minnesota, which lost for the first time in five games, and is eight points behind the Avalanche. "Its not like we played terrible that game," Coyle said. "We can learn from stuff, carry it over to tomorrow night and go from there." Minnesota visits Nashville on Sunday. Tied 2-2, and after Ryan Suters uncharacteristic turnover in the Wild end, OReilly sent a pass to Matt Duchene in the right corner. Duchene sent the puck back to OReilly who lifted a backhand over the left shoulder of Niklas Backstrom from below the right circle. OReilly was back in the lineup after missing two games with a bruised shoulder. "Everything was possible in the third," Colorado coach Patrick Roy said. "It was just a matter of sticking to what we were doing and playing hard. Both teams didnt want to lose that game. Both teams wanted to be patient, nobody wanted to make the mistake that could be costly for your team, and I thought we took advantage of it." Talbot added an empty-netter with 1:10 to play Colorados Semyon Varlamov, 8-0-5 in his last 14 games (13 starts), made 25 saves in the win. "Hes probably been our rock all year and hes been a treat to play in front of. Weve got a lot of confidence when hes in the net. When we blew that two-goal lead, he hung in there and calmed us down," defenceman Erik Johnson said. Landeskog gave the Avalanche a 1-0 lead midway through the second with a display of precision passing. The Colorado captain gathered a loose puck in the Avalanche end and carried into the Minnesota zone. Just across the blue line, he sent a pass to his left for Talbot who quickly passed to Paul Stastny near the right circle. His saucer pass found Landeskog in front just in time for him to cut across the crease and tuck the puck past a downed Niklas Backstrom. OReilly made it 2-0 at 13:25 when he took a pass from John Mitchell low in the right circle and fired a quick shot that Backstrom got a piece of before the puck trickled between his pads and across the line. Minnesota, again playing without injured stars Zach Parise and Mikko Koivu, had just one shot until the 14-minute mark of the period, but Coyle scored twice in the ensuing minute. First, he and Dany Heatley executed a textbook give-and-go with Coyle getting behind a Colorado defenceman and sliding the puck through the pads of Varlamov as he faked a deke. Forty seconds later, Heatley took a pass from Nate Prosser below the goal line and centred for Coyle, whose shot from low in the right circle beat Varlamov on the stick side. His span between goals set a franchise record for fastest two goals by a Wild player at home. "Certainly, that was a great shift," Wild coach Mike Yeo said. "We need guys to step up. Its got to be different guys every night. Despite that we have guys out, we have guys that are capable." Each goalie was rarely tested in the first period -- the teams combined for just five shots in the opening 15 minutes -- until Varlamov made a pair of quality saves to stop Kyle Brodziak and Matt Cooke from in front as the Wild had a flurry late in the frame. NOTES: Stastny left the game with a leg injury. Roy said he is day-to-day.... Heatleys multi-point game was his first since Nov. 20. ... Colorado D Karl Stollery made his NHL debut. He was recalled from AHL Lake Erie Friday to replace D Nate Guenin, who was placed on injured reserve with an ankle injury. ... The Wild wore camouflage jerseys during warmup that will be auctioned off to benefit the teams foundation and Defending The Blue Line, which helps military families with hockey costs. Jamaal Charles Chiefs Jersey . Vonn punctuated her near-perfect season in perfect fashion Friday, earning her fourth overall World Cup title with a dominating giant slalom victory. Eric Berry Chiefs Jersey . -- Two-time AL Cy Young Award winner Johan Santana agreed Tuesday to a minor league contract with the Baltimore Orioles as he tries to come back from the second major operation on his left shoulder. http://www.kcchiefsfansclub.com/Black-Dontari-Poe-Chiefs-Jersey.html?cat=880 . Ribery terrorized the Schalke defence throughout and put the home side ahead in the 36th minute when he chipped the goalkeeper before stroking the ball into the empty net. The French winger struck again after the interval, combining with Thomas Mueller on the left before firing a deflected shot beyond the helpless Timo Hildebrand in the 55th, as Bayern bounced back from Wednesdays 1-0 loss at FC Basel in the Champions League.ATLANTA -- Kyle Korver was just ready to get out of the house and return to what he does best -- shoot 3-pointers. Missing four games with a rib injury caused Korver to delay his quest of tying the NBA record for consecutive games with a 3. "Im glad its done," he said. "It was a long period of time. I think the happiest person was probably my wife. I was just not fun to be around the last five days at the house." Korver scored a season-high 23 points and tied the NBA record for consecutive games with a 3-pointer in the Atlanta Hawks 107-97 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday night. Paul Millsap finished with 25 points and Al Horford added 21 to help the Hawks snap a two-game losing streak. Blake Griffin scored 24 points and Chris Paul had 19 points and 11 assists as the Clippers lost their second straight. Korver tied Dana Barros 18-year-old record by hitting a 3-pointer in his 89th straight game. Barros set the mark during stints with Philadelphia and Boston from Dec. 23, 1994, to Jan. 10, 1996. Korver began his streak last season in Atlantas second game -- a win at Oklahoma City. On Wednesday, he made his first attempt in the first minute and finished 6 for 9 beyond the arc. "The first play of the game, Korver got a 3, and that was indicative of our defence all night," Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. "We had chances to get back in the game." With 5:06 remaining, Korver drew a foul from Paul as he hit a 3 from the right corner and finished the four-point play to make it 96-83. A little over a minute later, Horford fed Korver on the left wing for a 3 that gave the Hawks a 99-88 lead. "Were all just happy to see Kyle healthy," Atlanta coach Mike Budenholzer said. "Hes a heck of a shooter and he showed that tonight." For Korver, Atlantas next game -- Friday at home against Cleveland -- will decide if he passes Barros and takes the top spot in the NBA record book. "It really is a team streak," Korver said. "Im not out there creating those shots. I dont want to make a speech, but there are a lot of people to thank." Rivers pulled his top four starters and sixth man Jamal Crawford after DeMarre Carrolls two free throws made it 103-88 with 2:54 remaining. Los Angeles was beginning a seven-game road trip and hhas battled several injuries early in the season. Zach Fulton Chiefs Jersey. Willie Green scored nine points while starting his second straight game in place of J.J. Redick, who could miss six to eight weeks with a broken bone in his right hand and torn ligaments in his right wrist. Redick averaged 15.8 points in 17 games, tied with Crawford for the teams third-best average behind Griffin and Paul. Paul, playing his second straight game with a strained right hamstring, combined with Crawford and starting forward Jared Dudley to go 1 for 12 on 3-point attempts. Despite finishing with his 16th double-double in 18 games this season, Paul was disappointed in his teams defence. "Weve got to stop talking about it and weve got to figure out how were going to stop teams," Paul said. "I am surprised because we know what to do. Thats the tough part about it. Its not on the coaches, its on us in the locker room." The Clippers are also playing without forward Matt Barnes, who has a torn retina in his left eye. Pauls 16-footer cut the lead to 79-74 early in the fourth, but Lou Williams responded with a 3 from the right baseline on Atlantas ensuing possession, and Millsaps runner in the lane with 9:10 remaining pushed the lead back to 10. Paul put the onus on himself, Griffin and centre DeAndre Jordan to lead by example. "Part of its effort," he said. "Part of its pride. Weve got to step it up. Its a long road trip, man. This is not a good start. Youre not going to win too many games when you let the other team shoot 51 per cent from the field." The Hawks used a 22-9 run in the first quarter to go up 29-17 on Shelvin Macks runner. Los Angeles pulled within six early in the second on consecutive jumpers by Crawford, but Atlanta took its biggest first-half lead at 15 on Horfords dunk with 1:19 left in the second. NOTES: Atlanta G Jeff Teague struggled against Paul, finishing with six points, six assists, four turnovers and five fouls. ... Hawks rookie G Dennis Schroder, the NBAs 17th overall draft pick, has been assigned to Bakersfield of the development league. Budenholzer said the 20-year-old German wasnt going to get enough playing time behind Teague, Williams and Mack. ... The Hawks have won four straight at home against the Clippers and six of the previous eight overall. Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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